Posts filed under: Financing Blog

In early 2021, Miami legislators floated the idea of permitting residents the option of paying their property taxes and other city fees via cryptocurrency. Just months after this historic advancement, a luxury property was acquired by an anonymous buyer in...
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Following a turbulent past year of lows, highs and pervasive affordability issues stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, experts are predicting that 2022 will bring increased opportunities for profit and a unique set of challenging dynamics that those involved in the...
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E-commerce has understandably skyrocketed over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. This uptick in online shopping means that the U.S. as a whole is going to require additional warehouse properties to facilitate the storage and handling of the exponentially increasing...
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Emergent technologies are making a big impact on the real estate industry and dramatically revolutionizing the way real estate agents, brokers, investors, and managers conduct their daily business. As funding for real estate property technology—now referred to as ‘Proptech’—ramps up...
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This year has been particularly hectic for essentially every sector of the global economy—the real estate market included. It’s hard to believe that 2021 is drawing to a close. The past twelve months have been packed with skyrocketing home values,...
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Real estate investing is a great way to invest your capital to generate optimal returns. But you must first know which markets to invest in and when. Otherwise, you could be kissing your hard-earned money goodbye with poorly planned investments....
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Boasting over 1300 miles of pristine beaches and sunny skies for the vast majority of the year, it’s far from surprising that the Florida real estate market is a prime destination for real estate investors—particularly those looking for top-performing rental...
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They say everything’s bigger in Texas, and that’s certainly the case when it comes to the fix-and-flip industry in the state. Texas laws are well-known to be investor-friendly and there are some truly amazing locations to pick from. With that...
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If you are planning to invest in real estate in New York, your first step will be to pinpoint the most ideally situated neighborhoods where your hard-earned money can work for you. Under normal conditions, the process of identifying these...
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Georgia is a peach of a state (pun intended) for real estate investors seeking to utilize a ground-up construction loan to fund their next project. As the 8th most populated state in the entire country, Georgia has a diverse and...
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